99 Problems in R

In my Introduction to R post, I introduced R and provided some resources to learn it. I am learning R myself and finding the learning curve a bit steep. Anyway, the best way to learn a new programming language is to practice as much as possible. So inspired by 99 Problems in various languages (links below), I am creating ’99 Problems in R’ set. The project is on github. I am new to github but finding it easy to share code through github rather than here on the blog. Hopefully in future, I would make more use of github.
The files are in *.rmd format which can be opened in R Studio. I have also added knitted HTML files. The git repo is here.
https://github.com/saysmymind/99-Problems-R
Be warned that the solutions to problems are written by me; an amateur R programmer, so there might be better way of solving some of them. I will try to solve more problems and keep adding them to the repo. In the mean time, feel free to do pull request and peek at code.

I wish I can say ‘I got 99 problems but R ain’t one’ but alas I am not there yet. 🙂
99 Haskell Problems 

99 Python Problems

99 Prolog Problems

99 LISP Problems

99 Perl 6 Problems

99 OCaml Problems

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